Egypt contain many lakes currently and other lakes that have vanished.
 Current lakes
A vast reservoir in southern Egypt and northern Sudan. Behind the High Dam of Aswan on the river Nile, contains river water.
Salt or brackish water lake. In northeastern Egypt on the Nile Delta near Port Said, Damietta, Dakahlyia and Sharqyia governorates.
A salt lake in northern Egypt, between Alexandria and Al-Buhira (Beheira actually is named after it) Governorates.
Salt water Lake in North Sinai Governorate. It is said that it is named after King Baldwin I of Jerusalem of the First Crusade and that he was buried there.
Brackish water Lake. South River Nile Delta in Fayoum Governorate.
Brackish water Lake. In Fayoum Governorate
Salt water Lake. In Kafr el-Sheikh Governorate
River water Lake. In South Western Part of Egypt, at el-Wadi el-Gadid or New Valley Governorate.
A salt water lake between the north and south part of the Suez Canal, includes Greater Bitter Lake & Lesser Bitter Lakes and el-Temmsah Lake (The crocodile lake). In Ismailia Governorate.
Salt water Lake in North shore of River Nile Delta, Western corner in Kafr el-Sheikh Governorate.
Salt alkaline water lakes (Contain Natron Salt) in Wadi Natron area near el-Qattara Depression in Matruh Governorate.
In New Valley Governorate, Siwa Oasis in Western Desert.
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